The Pull List: 4/6/2016


Buzz-worthy books of the week

Black Panther

Black Panther #1

No surprise here. Panther, the next big addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe come Captain America: Civil War (sorry Spidey), is getting a solo book for the first time in a while. This time he is being spear-headed by a writer who is an experienced journo who focused on social and political themes.

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Bloodlines #1

The new 52 are getting their own Bloodlines arc, an event from the ’90s about an infestation of parasitic aliens the imparted superpowers on their victims.

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Grizzly Shark #1

I have no idea what this is, but I am intrigued by the solicitation saying it was returning in color and as a series. I haven’t heard of it, but it sounds like it is a cult classic that I should have.

Wolverine

Old Man Logan #4

Old man Logan vs Old man Rogers

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Rough Riders #1

An American League of Extraordinary Gentlemen that sees Teddy Roosevelt assemble a team of would-be American legends before they became legends.

Spider-Man

Spider-Woman Alpha #1

Spinning off of the Spidey-verse, Spider-Woman, Silk, and Spider-Gwen team up to take on a nefarious spy organization from Gwen’s home universe.

Star Wars

Star Wars Poe Dameron #1

I’ll be honest. I’m probably not going to read this. The Star Wars extended universe is vast and dense, and could easily take over all my free time. But Poe Dameron was a cool character for what little screen time he had. I figured someone might be interesting.

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